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Re: [kde-linux] Revive Quanta+?

On Sun, 25 Dec 2011 14:28:25 -0500, john Culleton wrote:
Quanta+ (packaged as part of Kwebdev) is perhaps the single most
useful and unduplicated app in the KDE suite. However it died
when KDE4 came out.

Has anyone yet picked up the torch to update Quanta+ to work with
KDE4? I keep a Slackware 12.2 partition on my computer just for
this one app. There is the Trinity project but the VPL editor is
missing from the Trinity version of KDE3, which can run in
parallel with KDE4. also today none of the Trinity downloads will

Well, I also am not happy with the situation, but at least, I use Quanta+ in KDE 4.6 within openSUSE 11.4. No problem with that, works fine... But yes, KDE4 port would be great...

There are lots of useless projects in the KDE world, like Kword and
Kspread (Libre beats both.) But Quanta+ has no rivals in the Linux
world. Perhaps some resources could be tempted to work on this project.
It has an audience of loyal fans.

Best regards,

VojtÄch Zeisek

Komunita openSUSE GNU/Linuxu
Community of the openSUSE GNU/Linux

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